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South Bend TribuneThe Michigan DNR has been conducting informational meetings this month regarding proposals to increase deer antler point restrictions (APR). A group known as the Lower Peninsula Deer Management Initiative (LPDMI) has submitted two different proposals to...
Tags: Fishing, Lakes and Ponds, Travel, Trips and Vacations, Hunting
email@example.comMillard “Sam” Rock raised four daughters and was a father figure to many over the years. His sunny disposition reflected his boundless faith, which he was eager to talk about with everyone he met. “He influenced so many people’s...
Bass tournament: The Everglades Bassmasters of South Florida has a One Largemouth Bass tournament from safe light-noon June 16 out of Lake Ida Park in Delray Beach. Entry fee is $20 per angler. Contact Tony Crowder at 954-254-9072 or firstname.lastname@example.org....
Ed Page On Facebook: Should Congress Have To Find Cuts In Spending Before Sending Disaster Aid To Oklahoma?Bill Cink: That depends, will it be like superstorm Sandy relief where they tacked on all kinds of pork like money for fisheries in Alaska? Mark Pappa: Act quickly without the pork barrel nonsense associated with passing such legislation a la Sandy aid....
TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (AP) — Brendan Kearns has a warning for anyone who hops into his brown 16-foot, flat-bottom boat for a trip up the Wabash River. "If they get to jumping, guard your face," he told The Indianapolis Star (http://indy.st/13XhuiL ),...
Sun SentinelLaw enforcement officers with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission arrested two Hialeah men this week for poaching spiny lobsters in Miami-Dade County. The men illegally possessed 468 wrung lobster tails. Officers arrested Vergel...
Anybody worried about the impact of the wind, waves and rain that will be spawned by Tropical Storm Andrea this weekend should take time off to check out some of the archival photographs on view in a new Hampton History Museum exhibit. Among the most...
Tags: Tropical Storms, Buckroe, Elizabeth City
For years, environmentalists and watermen have been searching for a way to deal with the Chesapeake Bay's "ghost pots" — derelict crab traps that are too deep to retrieve and too problematic to co-exist with marine life. Though the traps have been...
Reuters* Shark tourism worth $314 mln a year, expected to double * Catches estimated at $630 mln a year and declining By Environment Correspondent Alister Doyle OSLO, May 31 (Reuters) - Sharks swimming free in the oceans may soon become more valuable as...
BROOKINGS - Wetlands in eastern North Dakota and South Dakota are shrinking at a rapid pace, according to professor Carol Johnston of the South Dakota State University Natural Resource Management Department. Professor Carol Johnston of the South...
BEAVER CREEK, Minn. - A group of 27 farmers from across Minnesota returned home recently from a 10-day "See for Yourself" trip to China to tour production agriculture facilities, visit the Shenzhen port and learn how demand for U.S. soybeans will continue...
Sun SentinelU.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, D-Weston, is challenging U.S. Rep. Joaquin Castro, D-Texas, to a wager over the outcome of the NBA Finals pitting the Miami Heat and his city’s San Antonio Spurs. She’s anteing up Joe’s Stone Crabs,...
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